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comment ssh: connect to host port 22: Connection refused with external ip address
Is your internal IP still the same? With a router with DHCP you could technically get a different IP every time you turn on your PC (don't know about this specific router, it may be smarter, but the question is, if your internal IP is still the one in the table).
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answered ssh: connect to host port 22: Connection refused with external ip address
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comment How can I limit the size of the Android source I need to download with repo sync?
Agree with Nomad. Big part of the source is the version history. The device specific parts are not that much. Also, instead of cloning the whole operating system, you could just get the git repositories for the part you are interested in.
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reviewed No Action Needed How can I limit the size of the Android source I need to download with repo sync?
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reviewed Reviewed Configuring hadoop results in “/bin/java : no such file or directory”
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comment Mac OSX home directory permission issues
Ignore this answer ... I did miss the -R in the original command. The list you have looks okay, but -R does affect the files inside the folder, not the folder itself. My bad.
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comment Mac OSX home directory permission issues
Oouch, I missed the -R ... the command affected all files inside the user folder where you were logged in when you executed the sudo command. But I agree with ernie's comment up there at the question, adding +w to all files should not be totally bad, not sure what problems it caused specifically though. But it will be very hard to revert that. Can you look inside the users fold and compare with the other not affected? e.g. ls -l /Users/User1/ vs. ls -l /Users/User2/ and compare the permissions of the folders which are common to both (e.g. Documents or Library)?
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on SSH file transfers using ssh-keygen
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ssh-copy-id to remote server
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